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COPLEY BRIDGE is a stone bridge of two spans crossing the River Calder. There was a toll bar here until 1856, the bridge and road up into the wood being privately owned. Until a few years ago a board showing the various amounts of toll payable was…

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Weir at Sterne Mill, Copley

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Bridge over Calder, Copley

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Railway bridge, Copley

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Railway Bridge over Wakefield Road at Copley - Salterhebble, Nr Halifax.

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LYRS 3561 - Copley Viaduct climbing up to Copley Station and Halifax with bridge over the River Calder on the Calder Valley Main Line in LMS period with a goods or coal train heading west towards Milner Royd Junction.

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LYRS 4768 - Copley Station - general view of platforms, signal box and unidentified loco and train. The station, mid-way between Halifax and Milner Royd Junction on the Calder Valley Main Line, opened in 1855 to serve Akroyd's model village which…

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LYRS 2674 - Copley Station - general view. The station, mid-way between Halifax and Milner Royd Junction on the Calder Valley Main Line, opened in 1855 to serve Akroyd's model village which pre-dated Titus Salts much more famous Saltaire. The station…

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LYRS 0344 - Aspinall 2-4-2T at Copley Station. The station, mid-way between Halifax and Milner Royd Junction on the Calder Valley Main Line, opened in 1855 to serve Akroyd's model village which pre-dated Titus Salts much more famous Saltaire. The…

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From Milner Royd Junction the line to Halifax climbs steeply and over the magnificent Copley Viaduct leaving the Calder Valley line way below. A station was opened at Copley in 1855 to serve Akroyd’s model factory village, which pre-dated the much…

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From Milner Royd Junction the line to Halifax climbs steeply and over the magnificent Copley Viaduct leaving the Calder Valley line way below. A station was opened at Copley in 1855 to serve Akroyd’s model factory village, which pre-dated the much…

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Original postcard. In the foreground the three arch viaduct on the original M&LR Calder Valley Main Line. Behind it the impressive 23 arch viaduct completed 1851 on the WRU line from Milner Royd up to Dryclough Junction south of Halifax Station.

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In the foreground the three arch viaduct on the original M&LR Calder Valley Main Line. Behind it the impressive 23 arch viaduct completed 1851 on the WRU line from Milner Royd Junction up to Dryclough Junction south of Halifax Station.

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Opened in 1855 to serve the Akroyds model village.

When the Halifax Branch up from Salterhebble to Shaw Syke was extended into the town centre and on to Bradford in 1850 a small temporary station was built in Halifax at the bottom of Horton Street…

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L&YR passenger train at the station. The line here opened in 1852 on completion of the massive Copley Viaduct and the station was opened in 1856 and closed 1931.
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